Category: Revealed

Pax Prime 2015: Razer Announces Wildcat Xbox One Tournament Grade Controller

Today at Pax Prime 2015, Razer announced the Razer Wildcat Tournament Grade Controller for Xbox One. Razer’s own unique counter to the Xbox One Elite Controller, the Razer Wildcat, features a bevy of functions and physical tweaks to establish itself as a proper tournament grade controller. Carbon steel necks for the analog sticks and optional additional aluminum triggers are just the start. The Razer Wildcat will come with a carrying case, optional rubberized palm grips,...

Samsung Unpacked Event Reveals Galaxy S6 Edge+ and Galaxy Note 5

Last week, Samsung unveiled their latest additions to their smartphone line up in the form of the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+ and Samsung Galaxy Note 5. Each of these phones will share practically the same new build and new set of Samsung-added functionality. The now larger 5.7 inch Quad HD Super AMOLED screen will add more screen real-estate while not adding too much additional bulk to the devices themselves. Yet Samsung’s expectedly brilliant display is...

Plantronics Unveils the BackBeat SENSE: Wireless Stereo Headphones

    Plantronics has been dealing in all things audio for businesses, music-lovers and gamers alike for many many years now. This year they continued to flex their Bluetooth communication muscles with the Voyager Edge, Voyager Legend, and the most recent, Explorer 500. They also showcased their new RIG series of gaming headsets, one of which we are in the middle of reviewing for you. Now they’ve doubled-back to the music and audiophile field with...

Guitar Hero Resurrected with Guitar Hero Live – First Impressions

It’s an interesting year to be a rhythm gamer. Both Rock Band and Guitar Hero are making a comeback. Prior to Pax East, Harmonix revealed that they have been developing and working on Rock Band 4. Harmonix is even taking song requests for it. Yesterday morning at the Best Buy theater in New York City Activision unveiled Guitar Hero Live.

HTC One M9 Review

HTC‘s latest flagship device, the HTC One M9, was unveiled at the Mobile World Congress this year. It promises to take HTC‘s popular product design even further with a tweaked external build and upgraded internals. The M9 will also come with the latest software they have to offer in the form of HTC Sense 7, their latest skin residing over the Android™ 5.0 (Lollipop) OS. A revisited external build, a new camera layout and upgraded...

CES 2015: SteelSeries Showcases the Sentry and Apex M800

  Who said we were done with our International CES 2015 coverage? Of course we just can’t go without mentioning the products shown to us by SteelSeries! At CES 2015, SteelSeries showcased the SteelSeries Sentry Eye Tracker and the SteelSeries Apex M800 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard. The Sentry Eye Tracker, introduced at E3 2014, won the CES Innovation Honoree Award in the Gaming Peripherals at CES 2015. The SteelSeries Apex M800 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard takes what...

CES 2015: Audiofly™ Showcases the AF240 and AF250

Audioflytm definitely grabbed our attention at the International CES 2015 floor weeks with a pair of headsets that scream “luxury and comfort” at first sight. Ok, so I’m mocked by other RFMag writers for my couch-cushion-on-your-head analogy I’ve used before for other headsets. But Audiofly teased me into saying it again with their CES-showcased over-ear headphones, the AF240 and the AF250. We value quality materials in our devices just as much as we do with...

CES 2015: New Audio-Technica Gaming Headsets Announced

RFMag dove into Audio-Technica’s gaming headsets in the middle of last year when we reviewed their closed-ear gaming headset, the ATH-AG1. It was quite the high-end headset with a “high-end” price. Still, those willing to take such a financial plunge were rewarded with the rich high-quality sound one should expect for that cost. However, many gamers seldom stray beyond $250 when they’re in the hunt for a gaming headset. At the International CES 2015, Audio-Technica...

CES 2015: Kingston HyperX Showcase & Cloud II Headset Announced

At the International CES 2015, Kingston showcased a slew of their latest HyperX products. Kingston continues to cater to gamers and PC-modding enthusiasts as they stretch the performance in their storage components and gaming accessories as far as they possibly can. Their showcase included the DataTraveler Locker+ G3 Secure Personal Storage, the HyperX Predator PCIe SSD, and a new microSD UHS-I Speed Class 3 card. They even teased the release of the new Hyper X...

CES 2015: Mad Catz L.Y.N.X. 9 Mobile Hybrid Controller Announced

In the saturated mobile gaming market, you have to be quite unique in order to grab any attention. Fortunately Mad Catz’ new L.Y.N.X. 9 Mobile Hybrid Controller is definitely an interesting and very unique take on mobile controllers. Announced at the International CES 2015, January 6, the aim was to make something that is more portable than the Mad Catz C.T.R.L.-R while still being comfortable enough for long-term gameplay. The L.Y.N.X. 9 folds into itself...

HTC Announces the HTC Desire Eye, Re, and the Nexus 9

HTC Announces the HTC Desire Eye, HTC Re, and Nexus 9 In a span of 2 weeks, HTC has announced several new products in hardware and software. On Thursday October 9 at Double Experience, we were shown the bulk of HTC’s latest innovations such as the HTC Desire Eye, a product dead set on pushing the envelope on HTC’s mid-tier HTC Desire phone line-up. The phone made for enhancing how we take pictures uses the...

SteelSeries Introduces New Siberia Headset Line

The acclaimed SteelSeries Siberia headsets have constantly evolved throughout its many generations. Their last flagship Siberia Elite headset did not disappoint and we loved what we saw as seen in our review of it here. Officially today, SteelSeries is striking again with an entirely new line-up of Siberia headsets. This time, an even wider assortment of headsets of varying plateaus are being released, aiming to satisfy a broader range of gamers. Whether you’re looking into...